significant architectural feature

significant architectural feature

Any distinctive aspect of a building’s exterior that defines its architectural character, for example, the color and texture of the building material or the style and size of its doors and windows.
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It as also a significant architectural feature of the finest town and country houses.
The row of Georgian-era terraced properties were built between 1810 and 1816, and has a number of significant architectural features including one room which has a cornice design.
The row of terraced properties was built between 1810 and 1816, and has a number of significant architectural features, including one room which has a cornice design.
Concurrently Snohetta, the project's lead architect, is preparing a revised preservation-led design for, 550 Madison that retains its significant architectural features and preserves and restores the original intent of Johnson and Burgee's design, consistent with the building's landmark designation.
Some of the most significant architectural features of the Mission Revival building with Dutch Colonial Revival touches are hidden from travelers: The pristinely preserved Fred Harvey restaurant (he of "The Harvey Girls" fame), with its Streamline Moderne features and the soaring trussed ceilings of the main ticketing hall can only be seen by location crews or those attending private events.
National Parks tours the significant architectural features of the 216 national parks and monuments.
A large percentage of the homes that I work on in the in-town neighborhoods of Atlanta are beautiful older houses, many with significant architectural features and materials, including heart pine framing and flooring and intricate trim details.
Yesterday, council officials and experts from Scottish Heritage were making a photo record of all significant architectural features.

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